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February 18, 2020

A significant number of family businesses do not have a succession plan in place. Failure to address this is likely to be to the detriment of the business in the long-run. The family need to decide what the future of the business looks like, and crucially which family members, if any, wish to be involved.

A significant number of family businesses do not have a succession plan in place. Failure to address this is likely to be to the detriment of the business in the long-run. The family need to decide what the future of the business looks like, and crucially which family members, if any, wish to be involved.

July 1, 2007

A solid ownership structure and flexible governance are the foundations for the longevity of a family business. Roberto Flören and Jurgen Geerlings discuss how three basic principles can be helpful in the ownership planning process

Roberto Flören is the Berk Accountants and Tax Advisors chair for Family Business and Business Transfer at Nyenrode Business University.
Jurgen Geerlings is a managing partner with MESA Family Business Consultants in the Netherlands and a research associate at Nyenrode Business University.

A solid ownership structure and flexible governance are the foundations for the longevity of a family business. Roberto Flören and Jurgen Geerlings discuss how three basic principles can be helpful in the ownership planning process

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